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Demian By Hermann Hesse

Demian
by Hermann Hesse

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A novel by the 1946 Nobel Prize winner for Literature. "Demian" traces the development of Emil from his childhood years to late adolescence. Suffering from bullying, Emil turns to Max Demian, a friend and mentor. He draws Emil away from a normal home life towards acceptance of corruption and evil.
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Demian by Hermann Hesse

"Demian es la obra que catapulto a Hermann Hesse a la fama. La novela, que refleja la crisis personal de Hesse, es la historia de un hombre desgarrado entre su ordenada vida burguesa y un caotico mundo de sensualidad"

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GOR001190349
Demian by Hermann Hesse
Hermann Hesse
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pan Macmillan
1995-02-10
184
0330339192
9780330339193
N/A
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